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Printable board games are a fun and challenging way to help your kid learn! You can use these printable board games to study math or reading, or even exercise critical thinking abilities, collaboration efforts, and fine motor skills. We have a whole host of standard games that feature only a board and dice. In addition, you'll find games featuring 3-D buildable structures that kids can use for tossing games, visual creation games, and even games with spinners. Kids will enjoy creating their own printable board games that can be cut out, folded, taped and colored and they'll also get to construct 3-D dice and structures. Print out a few and let the fun begin!

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Host the Winter Olympics on your dining room table with this fun holiday ski racing game.
Printable Board Games
Kindergarten
Celebrate America with these Fourth of July games your whole family can enjoy. These printable games can be played at home or on-the-go, making them great for summer staycations or vacations. From red, white and blue tic-tac-toe markers to patriotic dot to dots and word searches, this slideshow has everything you need for Independence Day fun. These pages will also help teach some key skills in the area of counting and vocabulary development.
Printable Board Games
Kindergarten
This diamond ring coin toss game will offer your child hours of fun. Just print it out, cut and fold along the lines, tape to a table, and start playing!
Printable Board Games
Kindergarten
Turn every card game into a history lesson with these playing cards featuring prominent African-Americans.
Printable Board Games
Fifth Grade
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day by playing 'Over the Rainbow' a counting game with a very green theme.
Printable Board Games
Second Grade
Grab a friend and celebrate Valentine's Day with this fun twist on tic-tac-toe.
Printable Board Games
Kindergarten
These number puzzles combine counting, reading and a fun problem-solving exercise for preschool or kindergarten kids. Cut out the pieces and watch your child put them back together. Then, count the items and read the words to build those brain muscles.
Printable Board Games
Preschool
Printable Board Games
Preschool

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